Machining Process

Water Jet Machining – Working Principle, Advantages and Disadvantages with Application

Water Jet Machining (WJM) also called water jet cutting, is a non-traditional machining process in which high-velocity jet of water is used to remove materials from the surface of the workpiece. WJM can be used to cut softer materials like plastic, rubber or wood. In order to cut harder materials like metals or granite, an […]

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Electrochemical Machining (ECM) – Working Principle, Equipment, Advantages and Disadvantages with Application

Electrochemical machining (ECM) is a machining process in which electrochemical process is used to remove materials from the workpiece. In the process, workpiece is taken as anode and tool is taken as cathode. The two electrodes workpiece and tool is immersed in an electrolyte (such as NaCl). When the voltage is applied across the two

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What is Electron Beam Machining – Parts, Working, Advantages, Disadvantages with Application

Electron Beam Machining is a process in which high-velocity electrons are concentrated in a narrow beam and then directed towards the workpiece for machining. When this high-velocity electron strikes the workpiece, it melts and vaporizes the material from the workpiece. Working Principle of Electron Beam Machining In an electron beam machining, the electrons strike the

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